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TUESDAY, JANUA11Y .T1 179.
RAlRLiOAD ScIImi..-Tho RoIlow
ig is the present sehedule or arrivals,
on the Charlotte, Columbia and Au
DAY PAssENE-m-CING Noirm.
Columbia - -- 1.45 I. m.
Bvthewood - - 2.4 1
Midgeway - - 3.03 "
Winsbor - - 3.:5 ''
Woodward's - . 4.10 "
Blackstock - - 4.15 "
Chester - - 4.46 "
DAY PASSENER-GOING Sou,rii.
Chester - - 12.47 r. m.
Blackstock - - 1.16 "
Wroodward's - - 1.21 4
Winnsboro - - 1.56 "
tidgeway - - 2.26 "
)lyNthewood - - 2.44 4
Columbia - - 3.25 "
Law. Card-T. It. Itobertson.
Knights of Honor-E. S. Chandler,
Shad are in the market.
The schools in No. 10 have been
Sunday's trains brought to Winns
boro a host of drummers.
Mr. W. S. IRabb has been elected
policeman, lvice r. J... ). yBr1al.
A large mimber of people were in
town on Saturday, and tho usual
quantity of "Red Eye" wais a0float.
The colored trustcv appointedi No.
4 is Lewis Gill, and not Lewis GreC
as first. iublished.
Mr. James L. Iichiioid lost hils
only child list week. 11, is a severe
aflietionl, anld h 11 has the sympathy
of ilaly frienids.
A pleasant and cheerful room is
essential to (.he ialth of the baby, and
the usul painls and ills of the young
ones soon vanisli after (lie use or Dr.
Bull's Baby Syrup. Price 25 cents. *
We call attention to tile school
notices. Saturday, the 25th, is the
last, day for examiiation this session.
The estimate for the diffbrent districts
should be kept. by the trustees for ref
erence. They should iui no case be ex
ceeded, and it. would be wise to leave
additional limit to provide for dimiiu
tioi in the tax from bil Is of the Binik
of the State and other causes. Any
balance left over in any disttrict will
be carried forward to next year.
DisrInUr MiErIN..-A meieing of
property-holders of District No. 11
was held oin Saturday. Capt. James
Beaty was elected chairman, anlld Mr.
Jamiies Q. Davis chosen secretary. Mr.
Rt. Means Dauvis and Rev. W. Rich
xurdson stated the wvants of the schools.
Capt. Withers, the auditor, submiitted
an estimate that the taxable p)rop)ert.y
in the towvnship would reach seven
hiindred thousianld dlollars. On motion
of Mr. McMaster it was resolved
unlanimfousely to levy a tax of one ml1
to be exp)ended by the trustees for the
maintenance of the schools in the
district. Of this the sumi of twenty
.lve dollars was appropriatedl for ex
pensos of assessment. No further
business being before the meeting it
After the meeting the chairman noti
.fied the auditor of the levy'. It will be
collected at tihe regular time of collect
Thme district is made four miles
square in order to embrace children
+within two miles of the school. Th'le
trustees have resolvedl to call on those
persons sending children who (do not
reside within the district for a moder
ate irate of tuition to offset tho district
tax paid by the residents. They wvill
decide upon the termis.
HEi HAD BEEN TO CHURCH.-A
sop)homore, on being asked for an ex
cuse for lisa absence from chapel oni
Sunday, said ho was out walkinig and
was so far from college whon the
church bellis r.ang that be could not
reach the chapel In season, ando so at
tended the village church. "Who
preached there ?" asked the professor.
"I don't know," saidl the studenit,
"somI1e stiranger-." "Indeed I" was tihe
reverend gentleman's response. "I
am surprised that you did not recog
nlizc mnc."-Amherst St udent.
George Mecks was sick abed at
Boon's L4anding, Kentucky, when the
recent very cold weather began. There
was hlardly any food in thie house, and
it becamo necessary for- Mrs. Meoks to
go to a store several miles distant for
provisions. She star ted out on foot.
Thie snow wvas deep and the cold in
tense. The husband bcame alarmed
wheni sheo (11( not returni withlu a rea
sonmable time. and wvent to search for
her, niotwithistaniding his illness, Hie
found her frozen .to (deathi not far from
home, with a bag of flour besIde her.
A Sa~n SUICIDE-A telegram dated
Nashville, January 16, says: "Miss
Rosa Solomon, a beautiful Jewess, of
llopkiville Kentucky, wvho had
beern on a vieit to this city, committed
suicide yesterday. It Is stated that
she was engagd to be narried to a
gentlem~an QJIhStaniding of Cincin
niati upp)t) nor ttirn home. She had
ft.eneatlyr hi-d . m htem 0inia li..
arrival here, but yesterday evenlng
she received ia letter fnom hiiin statit
that lie could not miIrrV Ier. She
titirally evilced great (listresm, and
went out of the iouse, as herI relatives
thoughit, to take some fresh air. Pro
ceeding to It. E. 'ago's drug store, she
Iurc hilsed tweIty grains of st rychn ine,
saying that she wislhed to pJoision rats.
She returined to the house and went to
her room. About 9 o'clock some of'
her reiht(ves -went. in and found her
u1nconlseious and in convulsionls. Sev
era physicians werec' sent for and Dr.
Baxter arrived, but too hate to do any
good, for she (ied about 10 o'clock.
True Brothorhood Lodge, No. 844,
Knights of Honor,
rriji.,regular meeting of t1i I o(lge will b
IIl(I iII Miollte 111111 on Fri iv evvlig. the
2-.nh ist.. -t TM o'clock. A full atteitiance
is earnestly requesteIl.
Janl 21--t Rlioter. I
TH1O8. R. ROBER'SON,
A'ITOHNEY ATV LAwV anid TICIAL, JUSTICE,
NO. 31, LAW IV AXGA,
WINNSBO RO, S.C.
Office hours: from 9, a. In. to
5:30, p. m.
rp HE ostimate for the schools in the dif
-L forant districts, ileluding the two
mid tax, and the poll tax, is as follows:
NO. 1, $S.M). No. 8, $Sso.
No. 2, 950. No. 9, GS0.
No. 3, 5-25. No. 10, .loo.
No. .1 W"- No. 11, Goo.
No. 5, 51. No. 12, i.
No. 6, -475. No. 13, 1000'
No. 7, 360. No. 11, 1300'
All certitincatc issied in excess of ap
portionment, are, by 11aw, void. Tristees
aro earnestly regnested to secure the
greatest possib)o attendance, as the at
tm idauce of one year decides the a ppor.
tionment oftho next.
Il. MEANS DAVIS,
'. T. 11. ROBERT6ON.
A LL persons hav ing claims against the
Fairfield Firo Engino Company
are notified to present thom properly
attested to the un dersigned on or before
tho 1st of February next.
R. S. CHANDLER,
jan 18--t Socrotary.
ASSIGNE E'S NOTICE.
MES;SR 4. A. W. Ladd aind (J. IL. Ladd,
Junder the firm naime of Ladd
Tiron., having, on the 14th day of Janu
uary, A. ). 1679, made to me a general
ai5R;n:niout of their property, notes, ac
counts, claims and demands, for the
benefit of thir crelitors, all persons in
d(bted to the said Ladd Bros. are here
by notified to make jymont to the un
dersigned. T. K. ELL10'VIOT,
Citizells of Fairfield,
W E havo recently purchased for
W cash tho entire stock of Dry
Goods formeorly owned by So].
Wolfe, and have made considerable
additions to it inl staple goods ; and
we are nowv offering the entire
stock at prices in keeping with the
dull, hard times that are upon us.
The stock contains many valuable
goods, consisting of Gents' Cloth,
ing, Underwear, Fine Hats,
Shawls, Shirts, Hosiery,
Gloves, Collars, &c..
Ladies' and Children's Dress Goods,
Shawls, Hosiery, Gloves, in
-great variety, Notions and (
Staple Goods. generally.
We also offer special inducements in
100 pairs Gents' Gaiters, at 50 cents.
100 pairs Women's Shoes, at 50
cents, '75 cents and $1.00.
100 lpairs Children's and Boys' Shoes
at one-fourth their value.
We mean what we say, and all
peCrsons in want of bargains will
do well to call and 'examine the
stock, as we intend to verify our
promises by actual proof.
Thore is also a lot of good substan
tial Table Outler'y, Pad Locks,
Stock Lock~s, Steelyards,
Double-Barrel Guns, &c.,
Which we will give great induce
meonts in, to clear,out.
Remember to call at the old stand
of So]. Wolfe. MR. FLEMING is
in charge, and will take pleasure in
waiting upon all who may favor him
with a call ; and should you not
'find all you may wvant there, just
stop down to
in the . Gerig Building, and that
agreeable and p)olito young gentle
man, A. WV. BROWN, will take
special pleasure in showing you the
large and comnplete stock under his
charge, from which you can supply
all your wants, at prices that will
SUGIENHEIMER & GROESOHEL.
Five Ladies' Paisley Shawls-cost
originally $20 and $25 each--will be sold
for *5 00 each.
SU.GENU1liiMTon & nunTanIrthb.
-CONSISTING IN PART OF
24 bhs. Molasses-all grades,
400 lbs. Choice Buckwheat Flour,
10 boxes Cream Cheese,
2 boxes best Italian Maccaroni,
12 bbls. Sugar, all grades,
14 sacks of Coffee-10 Rio, 4 best
50 bbls. Choice Family Flour.
BAGGING AND TIES.
LARD in bble., cans and buckots
Bacon, Best Sugar Cured Hama.
Choico Red Rust Proof Oats, Seed
Rye and Barley.
Nails, Trace Chains, 11arse and Mule
Shoes, Axle Grease, White
Wino and Cider Vinegar,
Raisins, Currants and Citron.
Fresh Canned Salmon, Peaches and
Tomatoes, Mixed Pickles, Chow
Chow and Pepper Sauce.
A fino lot of BOOTS AND SHOES.
All of whio.h will be sold cheap for
nov 9 D. R. FLENNIKEN.
CHEAP GOODS1 GOOD aOODS
MESSRS. J. F. McMASTER & CO
I AVE now in.store and are receiving
weekly new, cheap and good goods,
Clothing, Hoots and Nhoes, Hats, Trunks,
and Valises, Satchels, Umbrellas, &e.,
&c., &c., &o., &c., &c., &c,, &e., Ac., &o.
A full stock of Gonts Furnishing Goods.
Complete line of Ladies' Misses' and
Ohildren4' lofiery and Gloves.
We have marked down t> the very
lowest figures our stock of 'Gloves, in
which we are offoring great bargains.
Linen and Ifemstitohod Handkerchiefs,
in great profusion at very low prices.
In Boots and Shoes, we are prepared
to offer special inducoments.
Blankets I Blankets I
New Bhuckwheab Flour, Fresh Buckwheat
Flour, Elegant New Crop New Orleans
Molassos, the genuine Simon pure
art,icle, Sugar, 0offee, Lard,
Syrups, Soap, Starch,
Full stock of Woodenware.
Our constant aim is to keep up the
rep)utat.ion already gained.
We invite the p)ublic to call to-day and
every day and take a look at our stock
which will always be shown with pleag
uro 'nov 28
VeeHly llM eye.
$1,000 IN TIHREE PREKMIUMS.
W~T E will pay the agent sending us the
Vlargecst list of subscribers before
March 1, 1870, one first-class 7A octave,
rosewood or walnut, NEw soALE, UPnIGHT
PIANO, $850.00. This list to be at least
For the second list. not to be less
thrin 200 names, $100 in geld.
For tihe third list, not to be less than
100 names, $50 in gold.
Foer$13.(J0, at one time, we will send
ten cop)ies one year.
For $7.00, at one time, we will send five
cop)ies one year.
For threo naumes and $6.00 we will
send tihe Companion Scroll Saw and
Drill, value $3.50, as a special premium.
For five names and $10.00 we will send
the Companion scroll Saw, Drill, and
Lathe, value $5.00, as a special premium.
WVe will send Tzus HAwEYEn and "GLEAN
INoS FOn T H E CUaRIous" to agents at $3,.00
and return $2.00, if the book is not wanted
on examination, for its return, post-paid,
if returned at once. Address
HAWKEYE PUBLISHING COMPANY,
dee 6 Burlington, Iowa.
rr H.E firm of Cummings & Co., is this
L. day dissolied by mutual consent.
H. L. ELIGTT,
JNO. P. MATTHE WS, JR.,,
J. 11. CUMMINGS,
January 1, 1879.
The busineots will bereafter be" con
ducted untder tile firm name of Matthews'
A C1or, the members of which ir n~ ar4:
JNO. V. MATTHEWS,JII,
J. HI. CUMMiN~GS,
Jan 2-1m T. K. ELLIOTT,
CHEESE I CHEESE I ONEESE
(S0 LLBS. Ohoee.etOh eas
oct 17 U. G. nuB TU.
Whether for family use or manufacturing,
is ihe double-thread, look-stitch
It will last a lifotime-every Machine
frHE Vertical Food is the greatest ad
vance made in sowing mechanism
sinco the invention of sewing machines.
We invite a careful examination of it,
belioving no one can fail to recognize the
fact that it is the most perfect Sowing
Machiie made, combining simplicit
strength, durability, and economy. We
do not hesitate to claim for the
in addition to Its Ruperior principles,
more absolute perfactiom of workmanship
and more complete adjustability than
pertains to any competing machine now
in the market. Among the various im
provements is the Imp roved Shuttle,
Milled Shank Needle, Adjustable Needle
Plate, New Patent Throa Controller and
Automatic Bobbin Winder. Every Ma.
chine is on good substantial rollers, for
which there is. no extra charge. For
tucking, co-iing, braiding,quilting,
ruffling, friuging, embroidering, shoe
fitting, tailoring, drees-making, and
THE DAVIS HAS NO EQUAL.
References to those who have the Im
proved Davis Machine in use in Fair
Mrs. William MeNall
Mrs. William D. Aiken.
Mrs. A. W. Ladd.
Mrs. J. 0. Rowe.
Mrs Dr. T. T. Robertson.
Mrs. Dr W. K. Turner.
Mrs. J. W. Bolick.
Mrs. William Stevenson.
Miss Margaret Aiken.
Mrs. A.P. Miller.
Mrs. Eliza Williams.
Mrs. James Q. Davis.
Mrs. Robert Crawford.
Miss J. Harvey, and others.
Just think of it-a machine selling for
$60 a short time ago you can now pur
chase for $30, from
J. 0. BOAG,
Agent for Fairfield County.
Also agent for two other first--olans
machines--the New American, and the
Call on J. 0. BOAG, and got 'the best
Family Sewing Machines made.
Great reduction in prices of Dress
Goods, Shoes, Hats, Clothing, &o.
Always a full and complete line of
Family Groceries, Tobacco, Cigars, Con
fectionaries, Fruits &o., as cheap. as the
Lumber and Furniture for sale low
for cash by
jan11 J.0. BOAG.
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FOR THE SEWING MACHINE.
The Four Wheeled Automaatic -
HEmachine always stands firmly,
sewing machines, HTIealth and labor
aavedby using this caster. Price $2,60,
Will At any mlachino. To be had om ,
jan 7 Agent for FAirdeld.
goRolr & C allnilerIs.
COME EVERY DAY,
Lnd Exchange YOUR CASH for
CLOTHING AND HATS,
BOOTS AND SHOES.
3offee at from 15 eta. to 20 ets. por
3ugar at 12 pounds for $1.00.
Parched Rio Coffee, Ground Coffee,
Brown Sugar, Extra C, Granu.
lated Sugar, Pulverized Su.
gar, Panjdy, Crackers,
GOOD GOODS AT L OW PRICES
Remember those substantial Boots
and Shoes, the "Bay State" stan-.
dard screwed and wire sewed.
J. MI. B3EATY.
If you detest a bursting lamp buy
the Vestal Oil. If you like a bril
ant light buy the Vestal Oil.
dec 24- J. M. BEATY.
STILL A HEAD I
~fHE summer having como and gone,
.Iam now prepared to furnish in the
place of eoolng boverages, .all kinds of
winter drinks, such as T'om an dJerry,
lot Scotch, Egg Flip, &e.
Wines, Liquors, Lager Beer, Sweet
Dider and Cigars. The best in town.
EGGS ! EGGS I EGGS 1 EGGS I
Dozen Eggs, just, reeived for the Christ
mas Holidays. Call and you can get all
~he Eggs you want.
Meals can be had all hours at my r.
aurant. Freeh Oysters, Fish and 8aia
mauge always on hand.
--GIVE MU A OALL.
Iec 19 JNQ. D. MCARLEY.
CHEESE! CHEESE I
Best Factory Cheese, @ 15 cents
Sjan 7 W. H. DONLY.
LIVES ARE OTN LOYST
von the.most dangerous oi 1Is safe.
520,000 Saved Yearly to Fairfield,
When our farmers learn to purelase
~hemioals And meake their own fertilizer.
al ad get a book telling how it can -